Brian Huber, a waterfowl biologist, prepares a female wood duck for tagging as the California Waterfowl Association counts ducks at Murdock Gun Club in Colusa County on Thursday, June 2, 2016. A landowner has provided more than 100 wooden boxes for breeding wood ducks to safely lay, hatch and house babies.
Brian Huber, a waterfowl biologist, prepares a female wood duck for tagging as the California Waterfowl Association counts ducks at Murdock Gun Club in Colusa County on Thursday, June 2, 2016. A landowner has provided more than 100 wooden boxes for breeding wood ducks to safely lay, hatch and house babies. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Brian Huber, a waterfowl biologist, prepares a female wood duck for tagging as the California Waterfowl Association counts ducks at Murdock Gun Club in Colusa County on Thursday, June 2, 2016. A landowner has provided more than 100 wooden boxes for breeding wood ducks to safely lay, hatch and house babies. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Biologists, volunteers keep watch on state’s ducklings

June 06, 2016 03:00 PM

UPDATED June 06, 2016 11:08 PM

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